Read our feature on Alexandra Zsigmond below!
The following interview is by our contributing writer and artist, Natalia Almonte with artist Anna Parisi.
We were recently able to (socially-distanced) meet with NY-based Despina Konstantinides for an interview! We are beyond excited for the opportunity to represent Konstantinides on peri-Tēchnes and to share this interview with you all here.
We had the chance to speak with Chrissa Markos, a Massachusetts- based artist who works primarily with photography and print. Read below to learn more about Markos’ fascinating artistic practice that also draws deep connections with literature and cinema!
We are pleased to announce the upcoming opening of “The Meeting of the Horse” by Greek artist Eleni Giannopoulou and Mexican artist Tania Reza at ZAZ10TS gallery, on October 16th. The exhibition will present an immersive installation of theatrical sculptures/costumes addressing the symbolism of the Horse by Giannopoulou set in dialogue with the homonymous video installation created by Giannopoulou in collaboration with Reza. The two artists worked with an all-female, Mexican crew of artists and cinema professionals standing with and in support of feminist movements currently fighting for women’s rights in Mexico.
The exhibition is deeply vulnerable, direct, and provocative in the best of ways.
Read along for the official Press Release and further details.
Natalia Almonte with Nicole Economides, curated WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU at the Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries of Parsons School of Design in New York before the pandemic brought about strict quarantine measures.
Read below for Natalia’s review of the effects of the pandemic on their exhibition that has been indefinitely extended!
This week we are also hosting an Artist Feature where we highlight filmmaker and photographer, Lilena Marinou.
Click here to read the full article, insights from the artist, and view samples of her work.
Anthoula Lelekidis is a first-generation Greek-American lens-based artist who works with photography, photographic collage, and mixed media who practices in New York. Her work navigates themes of personal memory, loss, migration, and the inability to create new memories.
We had the opportunity to interview Lelekidis. Read the full discussion below!
“Art is the highest form of hope.”
— Gerhard Richter
So many of us have been working from home for weeks now. Galleries, museums, cafes, and even some parks now have closed. Being an avid believer of seeing art in person, the quarantine we are experiencing collectively has rendered me restless, longing for that exciting inner turmoil evoked when in art’s presence.
Introduction: I am writing this while cooped up in my home, with family, as so many of us are. We are currently undergoing such a surreal experience laden with a variety of strong emotions. Having temporarily lost our freedom to see art in person, I feel even more strongly about sharing art experiences through a […]